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(Podcast) KJAN Sports report, 2/23/2015

Podcasts, Sports

February 23rd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Jim Field.

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Monday Post-Season High School Basketball Schedule

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February 23rd, 2015 by Jim Field

Boys Class 3-A District Semi-Finals

@ Atlantic: (on KJAN)

  • 6:30 – Harlan vs. Creston
  • 8:00 – Atlantic vs. Glenwood

@ Carroll:

  • 6:30 – Denison vs. ADM
  • 8:00 – Carroll vs. Greene County

Girls Class 1-A Regional Finals:

@ Ida Grove:

  • 7:00 – #2 Exira/EHK vs. #8 George-Little Rock

@ Red Oak:

  • 7:00 – #4 Fremont-Mills vs. Adair-Casey

@ Truro:

  • 7:00 – Martensdale-St. Marys vs. #14 Bedford

Girls Class 2-A Regional Finals

@ Moville:

  • 7:00 – #2 Western Christian vs. Logan-Magnolia

@ Stuart:

  • 7:00 – #4 IKM-Manning vs. Central Decatur

@ Adel:

  • 7:00 – #7 Panorama vs. #9 Des Moines Christian

NE coach bans his players from locker room after loss to IA

Sports

February 23rd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska coach Tim Miles is so steamed about his team’s 28-point loss to Iowa that he’s locking his players out of their locker room. The Cornhuskers’ 74-46 loss Sunday was their fifth straight and seventh in eight games. They’re 13-14 overall and 5-8 and in 10th place in Big Ten after finishing fourth and making it to the NCAA tournament last year. Miles also said players would not speak to the media until further notice, adding, “If there’s anyone who’s going to represent us right now, it’s me.”

Nebraska’s $19 million training facility opened in 2011 and features a deluxe locker room with heated towel racks and I-pod plug-ins in the showers. Asked where the players will shower after practices, Miles said, “Good luck. They’re creative young people.”

Hospital rep: Wrestler who collapsed at meet heads home

News, Sports

February 23rd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A high school wrestler from southwest Iowa who collapsed at the state duals tournament has been released from a Des Moines hospital. Spokesman Gregg Lagan for Mercy Medical Center said Sunday night that Creston/Orient-Macksburg student Tayler Pettit is heading home. Pettit’s parents said in a statement released by Lagan that Tayler complained of a shortness of breath after his second match Wednesday. He then collapsed, experienced seizures and went into cardiac arrest.

Scott and Melissa Pettit said in the statement that doctors found Tayler has a previously unknown condition in which an extra electrical pathway in his heart caused a rapid heart rate. Their statement said Tayler underwent a procedure to correct the pathway and is expected to make a full recovery.

White’s double-double leads Iowa in 74-46 rout of Nebraska

Sports

February 22nd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Aaron White had 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Iowa rode a 21-2 run to end the first half to a 74-46 victory over Nebraska on Sunday. Peter Jok scored 14 points and Jarrod Uthoff had 11 points and four blocked shots for the Hawkeyes (17-10, 8-6 Big Ten), who swept the season series against Nebraska (13-14, 5-10) and sent the Huskers to their fifth straight loss and seventh in eight games.

Iowa, which shot 50 percent and made 10 3-pointers, was the first Nebraska opponent in 38 games to make at least half its shots from the floor. Nebraska got 16 points from Terran Petteway and 10 from Walter Pitchford. The Huskers’ 32.7-percent shooting matched their season low, and they were just 2 of 18 on 3s.

Shavon Shields, who had 25 points in the first meeting with the Hawks, was held to three points on 1-of-6 shooting.

Drake coasts to 78-43 win over Missouri State

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February 22nd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Gary Ricks Jr. sank six 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to help propel Drake to a 78-43 win over Missouri State on Sunday. Reed Timmer added 17 points while pulling down seven rebounds, Jacob Enevold Jensen and Chris Caird added 10 points apiece as Drake (9-19, 6-10 Missouri Valley Conference) shot 51.8 percent from the floor, including 13 of 21 from 3-point range, to snap a two-game skid.

The Bulldogs broke it open with a 19-2 run in the first half that included 3-pointers from Timmer and Caird and the margin never fell below double figures the rest of the way. Leading 35-14 at the break, Drake continued to pull away in the second half. Chris Kendrix scored 13 points and Camyn Boone had 12 and 10 rebounds for Missouri State (10-18, 4-12), which was held to 28.1 percent shooting, including just 3 of 19 from long range.

Lawsuit over planned sports complex reaches trial

Sports

February 22nd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — The trial over plans to develop a sports complex at the “Field of Dreams” movie site in eastern Iowa is underway. Neighboring landowners filed the lawsuit to challenge the way city officials decided to rezone the area around the site for commercial use. The trial began last Monday and was expected to last seven days.

Opponents of the All-Star Ballpark Heaven project worry about the increased traffic and noise that would accompany the planned complex of youth sports fields. The opponents say the city of Dyersville failed to consider the project’s negative impact on neighbors and didn’t follow proper procedure for the 2012 zoning decision. But Dyersville attorney Doug Henry says the city council didn’t do anything wrong.

High School Basketball scores from Sat., 2/20/15

Sports

February 22nd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

GIRLS REGIONAL BASKETBALL
Class 3A
Red Oak 72, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 69
Bishop Heelan Catholic, Sioux City 41, LeMars 34
Class 4A
Indianola 47, Creston 29
Winterset 63, Perry 58
Harlan 67, ADM, Adel 30
Lewis Central 69, Glenwood 41
Class 5A
Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines 72, Council Bluffs, Abraham Lincoln 23

Alston, Ohio State women beat No. 13 Iowa, 100-82

Sports

February 22nd, 2015 by Ric Hanson

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ameryst Alston had 29 points and a career-high 11 assists, Alexa Hart scored 17 to go with 10 rebounds, and the Ohio State women snapped a five-game losing streak against Number 13 Iowa Saturday night, pulling away in the second half for a 100-82 win. Alston made 10 of 16 field goals, including 5 of 6 from 3-point range for Ohio State (19-9, 11-5 Big Ten), which shot 58.6 percent on 29 second-half field-goal attempts and has won four of its last five.

Kelsey Mitchell had 17 points, Shayla Cooper added 14 and 12 rebounds and Cait Craft scored 10 for the Buckeyes, who used a 23-4 run midway through the second half secure the win. Mitchell, a freshman, moved into fifth on the school’s single-season scoring list with 690 points. Samantha Logic led Iowa (21-6, 12-4) 23 points and six assists, moving her into third on the Big Ten’s career assist list with 831.

State Wrestling Championship Results

Sports

February 21st, 2015 by Jim Field

Class 1-A:

  • 106 – Justin Portillo (Clarion-Goldfield-Dows) 42-1, Jr. over Blake Bauer (Southeast Warren, Liberty Center) 51-4, So. (Fall 2:39).
  • 113 – Alex Thomsen (Underwood) 44-0, Fr. over Eric Lenz (Tipton) 34-4, Sr. (Dec 10-3).
  • 120 – Bryce West (Highland, Rverside) 50-0, So. over Cole Needham (West Marshall, State Center) 45-5, Jr. (MD 14-6).
  • 126 – Josh Portillo (Clarion-Goldfield-Dows) 46-1, Jr. over Tanner Greenwald (Wilton) 34-4, Jr. (TF-1.5 4:54 (17-1)).
  • 132 – Joel Haberman (Clarion-Goldfield-Dows) 43-8, Sr. over Hunter Washburn (Alburnett) 43-5, Sr. (SV-1 3-1).
  • 138 – Carter Happel (Lisbon) 55-0, Jr. over Trey Brisker (Wilton) 46-8, Fr. (MD 18-6).
  • 145 – Blake Meyer (Sumner-Fredericksburg) 49-4, Sr. over Conner Shulista (Alburnett) 49-3, Jr. (Dec 8-7).
  • 152 – Bryce Paul (Alburnett) 47-4, Jr. over Sawyer Amling (Edgewood-Colesburg) 30-1, Sr. (Fall 2:45).
  • 160 – Kegen Fingalsen (Central Springs) 56-0, Sr. over Cody Kingery (Underwood) 31-3, Sr. (Dec 4-0).
  • 170 – Dale Hilleman (West Marshall, State Center) 37-4, Sr. over Austin Hoyle (Alburnett) 35-16, Sr. (Fall 1:04).
  • 182 – Evan Hansen (Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton) 57-0, Sr. over Austin Laabs (Guthrie Center) 44-6, Sr. (MD 18-6).
  • 195 – Cash Wilcke (OA-BCIG) 43-0, Sr. over Zach Hickson (Don Bosco, Gilbertville) 47-3, Sr. (Fall 0:43).
  • 220 – Ryan Parmely (Maquoketa Valley, Delhi) 56-0, Sr. over Andrew Petersen (Woodbury Central, Moville) 50-4, Sr. (MD 12-2).
  • 285 – Levi Paulsen (Woodbury Central, Moville) 26-1, Sr. over Joe Ricker (Mount Ayr) 49-1, Sr. (Dec 5-1).

Class 2-A:

  • 106 – Michael Millage (Crestwood) 42-1, Fr. over Josh Keller (Columbus Community, Columbus Junction) 43-4, Jr. (Dec 6-3).
  • 113 – Brennen Doebel (Clear Lake) 48-1, Sr. over Derek Holschlag (Union) 53-3, So. (Dec 3-1).
  • 120 – Brock Rathbun (Center Point-Urbana) 50-0, Jr. over Brayden Curry (Sergeant Bluff-Luton) 54-3, So. (Dec 10-3).
  • 126 – Ryan Leisure (Clear Lake) 47-1, So. over Tristan Clark (PCM, Monroe) 44-4, Sr. (Dec 6-1).
  • 132 – Bradley Irwin (Centerville) 51-7, Sr. over Dusten Reed (Bedford/Lenox) 50-1, Sr. (Dec 4-1).
  • 138 - Brady Jennings (Osage) 45-2, Sr. over Spencer Wray (Creston/Orient-Macksburg) 30-3, Sr. (Dec 7-3).
  • 145 – Max Thomsen (Union) 56-0, Sr. over Caleb Coleman (Bondurant-Farrar) 43-3, Sr. (Dec 3-0).  **Thomsen is a four time state champion**
  • 152 – Chase Straw (Independence) 46-1, Sr. over Tristan Johnson (Osage) 47-6, Jr. (Fall 3:40).
  • 160 – Chase Shiltz (Creston/Orient-Macksburg) 31-0, So. over Zach Johnston (ADM) 41-3, Jr. (MD 11-3).
  • 170 – Jacob Holschlag (Union) 55-0, Sr. over Nick Baumler (North Fayette Valley) 45-4, Jr. (MD 9-1).
  • 182 – Joe Teague (Algona) 42-1, Sr. over Brent Lammers (West Delaware, Manchester) 37-1, Sr. (Fall 5:13).
  • 195 – Steven Holloway (Mediapolis) 52-1, Sr. over Brad Skubal (Washington) 43-4, Sr. (Dec 9-2).
  • 220 – Carter Isley (Albia) 48-0, Jr. over Kendrick Suntken (Hampton-Dumont) 34-4, Sr. (Dec 1-0).
  • 285 – Alex Silberstein (Ballard) 43-2, Sr. over Mario Pena (Hampton-Dumont) 47-3, Sr. (SV-1 3-1).

Class 3-A:

  • 106 – Brody Teske (Fort Dodge) 43-0, Fr. over Jakob Allison (Waukee) 42-7, Jr. (Dec 8-4).
  • 113 – Jack Wagner (Bettendorf) 48-1, Jr. over Triston Lara (Fort Dodge) 39-4, So. (Dec 9-4).
  • 120 – Jacob Schwarm (Bettendorf) 48-2, Sr. over Grant Stotts (Valley, WDM) 38-7, Fr. (Fall 2:58).
  • 126 – Nolan Hellickson (Southeast Polk) 43-0, Sr. over Skylar DeJong (Oskaloosa) 44-2, Sr. (Dec 8-2).
  • 132 – Michael Zachary (Dowling Catholic, WDM) 33-4, Jr. over Paul Glynn (Bettendorf) 47-6, Sr. (Dec 5-2).
  • 138 – Josh Wenger (Prairie Cedar Rapids) 45-1, Sr. over Daniel Kelly (Cedar Falls) 26-2, Sr. (Dec 8-2).
  • 145 – Fredy Stroker (Bettendorf) 50-1, Sr. over Aaron Meyer (Southeast Polk) 40-6, Sr. (Fall 0:43).
  • 152 – Marcus Coleman (Ames) 40-3, So. over Briar Dittmer (Southeast Polk) 28-7, Sr. (Dec 9-5).
  • 160 – Bryce Steiert (Waverly-Shell Rock) 53-1, Sr. over Dayton Racer (Bettendorf) 42-4, Sr. (SV-1 3-1).
  • 170 – Isaiah Patton (Dowling Catholic, WDM) 39-2, Sr. over Max Lyon (Epworth, Western Dubuque) 47-2, So. (SV-1 5-3).
  • 182 – Mitch Otto (Sioux City East) 45-3, Sr. over Jarod Cadena (Prairie Cedar Rapids) 38-8, Sr. (Dec 4-1).
  • 195 – Sam Cook (Fort Dodge) 42-1, Jr. over Deion Mikesell (Southeast Polk) 28-9, Sr. (Dec 6-2).
  • 220 – Ethan Andersen (Southeast Polk) 44-1, Jr. over Gannon Gremmel (Dubuque Hempstead) 44-1, Jr. (Dec 9-3).
  • 285 – Jake Marnin (Southeast Polk) 36-0, Sr. over Dalton Kuehl (Cedar Rapids Jefferson) 37-8, Sr. (Fall 5:00).